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> Maybe it's time you gave us your definition of "imitate", because it's
> obviously not the one in common use.
Here it is then- To copy the actions, appearance, mannerisms, or
speech of; mimic.
And evolution doesn't do any of those things.
And memetics is an evolutionary paradigm.
Imitation means nothing to memetics.
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